The ELTE University Library and Archives will be closed due to technical reasons between the 30th of November and the 2nd of December 2023.

Lecture series for humanities (only in Hungarian)

The Library of the ELTE Faculty of Humanities is organizing a series of lectures this spring as well.

Our goal is to provide our faculty members, researchers, and students with a comprehensive overview of the three topics, and we hope to help them with their research, increase their publication and science metric performance, and build their indicators consciously.

The lectures are primarily recommended for lecturers, researchers and doctoral students, but, as a matter of fact, all lectures are open to anyone interested.

The lectures will be given by Tibor Faragó-Szilvási, an employee of the Education and Research Support Department of the University Library and Archives of Eötvös Loránd University and Edit Markó-Markechné Zelei, Faculty Coordinator of the Eötvös Loránd University.

The presentations are held online via Microsoft Teams. Participation in the lectures is free, but registration is required. Please, register separately for each occasion, so that we can notify you of any changes.

The connection links will be sent out two hours before the event, so the registration deadline is 15:00 on the day of each performance. The registration links can be found under the titles of the events!

The lectures will be held only in Hungarian.


1. Open Access publishing (only in Hungarian)
Speaker: Tibor Faragó-Szilvási (ELTE ULA)
Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2022. 5 pm
Location: Microsoft Teams

The presentation covers all aspects of Open Access publishing: clarifies the concept and types of OA; how to choose a journal for publication; how to check which journal is predator. The lecture covers the Open Access agreements and its exact course at ELTE.


2. How do I make myself visible? (only in Hungarian)
Speaker: Edit Markó-Markechné Zelei (ELTE FoH)
Date: Wednesday, the 13th of April 2022, 5 p.m.
Location: Microsoft Teams

The presentation will talk about how authors can make themselves more visible at the international level, which researcher IDs should be used at ELTE, how to upload them, and what are the benefits (ORCID, Scholar, Publons, Scopus). In addition to the visibility of authors, the lecture also covers increasing the visibility of publications, such as author archiving in the institutional repository; what is the way to do this, what can be archived and what are the benefits for authors.


3. Citation search for humanities (only in Hungarian)
Speaker: Edit Markó-Markechné Zelei (ELTE FoH)
Date: Wednesday, the 20th of April 2022, 5 p.m.
Location: Microsoft Teams

During the lecture will be clarified what constitutes a citation, what special requirements the departments of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences have (e.g. the use of multiple citations). The presentation will also offer practical tips on where and how to search for citations.


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